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To take part in the majority of our consultations you will be asked to register. We ask people to register for the following reasons:

  • To prevent people from responding more than once
  • Responses to planning consultations can only be considered legally valid if they have a name and address attached 
  • We would like to inform you of the outcome of the consultation
  • We can keep you informed of other consultations that may be of interest to you
  • With an account you can save a partial response, and come back to complete later

You must provide an email address, and your full name and postcode to register with this site.

For more information on how your information is stored and used, please see our Privacy Policy

User Details

We'll send you an email to verify this before you can log on.
Your new password must be between 6 and 30 characters and will be case sensitive.
This is the name that is displayed to other users. It can include letters, numbers, spaces and punctuation.

Private Profile

This information is only visible to consultation managers, and is never shared with other members.

In addition to being involved in Gloucester, Cheltenham, Tewkesbury Joint Core Strategy, what other area(s) of planning policy would you like to be kept informed? Please tick the appropriate box (you can select more than one box)

Equality Monitoring Information

If you are registering as an individual (rather than on behalf of an organisation), we would be grateful if you would complete the monitoring information below, but please note it is not compulsory.

The purpose of this information is to assist in monitoring fair and effective service delivery and to develop our policies and practices. The information will be treated and maintained confidentially and will be used for monitoring and to identify service improvements only. No personal information, such as your name or address, will be released when reporting statistical data.


Do you consider yourself to have a disability?
The Disability Discrimination Act protects disabled people. The DDA defines disability as a physical or mental impairment with long term, substantial effects on the ability to carry out normal day to day activities.

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